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The remaining topics in the preceding list might be regarded as activities that support, enhance, or leverage development of conventional numerical methods. The TSG can play a valuable role, for example, by promoting technical exchange between researchers on computational methods and best practices. This may involve holding special sessions and workshops on recent advances in computational techniques, websites to facilitate code exchange and crowd-based devel- opment, formulation of benchmarks (Hornikx et al., 2015), and sharing of experiences with new software tools.
The CA TSG looks forward to fostering interactions with other ASA TCs. For example, in the rapidly growing field of machine learning (data-driven) computational meth- ods, there is a natural overlap with the Signal Processing in Acoustics TC. We also look forward to interactions with other societies that have already established groups in com- putational acoustics, such as the European Acoustics Asso- ciation. We hope to encourage a stronger ASA presence at international conferences on computational acoustics and perhaps to play a role in organizing future conferences on computational topics.
Whether computational acoustics is a primary interest or a secondary one, please join us for a meeting of the TSG and
consider participating in our activities in this exciting and growing area of acoustical research!
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Castor, K., and Sturm, F. (2008). Investigation of 3D acoustical effects using a multiprocessing parabolic equation based algorithm. Journal of Compu- tational Acoustics 16(02), 137-162.
Hornikx, M., Kaltenbacher, M., and Marburg, S. (2015). A platform for benchmark cases in computational acoustics. Acta Acustica united with Acustica 101, 811-820.
Jensen, F. B., Kuperman, W. A., Porter, M. B., and Schmidt, H. (2011). Com- putational Ocean Acoustics, 2nd ed. Springer-Verlag, New York.
Marburg, S., and Nolte, B. (2008). Computational Acoustics of Noise Propa- gation in Fluids: Finite and Boundary Element Methods. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg.
Ostashev, V. E., and Wilson, D. K. (2016). Acoustics in Moving Inhomoge- neous Media. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
Salomons, E. M. (2012). Computational Atmospheric Acoustics. Springer Netherlands, The Netherlands.
Tam, C. K., and Auriault, L. (1996). Time-domain impedance boundary con- ditions for computational aeroacoustics. AIAA Journal 34(5), 917-923.
Thompson, L. L. (2006). A review of finite-element methods for time-harmonic acoustics. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 119, 1315-1330.
Vorländer, M. (2013). Computer simulations in room acoustics: Concepts and uncertainties. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 133, 1203-1213.
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